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local 12 has a crew in the courtroom and we'll have the very latest for you as soon as we learn more. we're following a breaking news alert. northbound i-75 and kyles lane. dispatcher told local 12 that someone held up the bank around 11:25 this morning. deputies pulled over the suspect's vehicle a short time ago. local 12 will continue to follow this breaking news and bring you any new information as we learn it. >> homicide investigators are investigating after a body was found in east price hill this morning. the body was found in the backyard of a home on osage. >> local 12's megan moore lays out what we know so far. >> reporter: what we know is us. behind a home. the victim believed to be a male in his 20s. we're told he was found facedown
being investigated by homicide detectives. it is unclear what happened and how he ended up here. he was often seen hanging out here in the neighborhood. one neighbor describes what she saw this morning. >> when i got downstairs she said there was a dead body in the back and we couldn't go out there. when i looked out my window, he was facedown, we couldn't see his face because his cap was pulled over in front of him. it looked like he was put there. >> it appears the victim may have been shot but awaiting on autopsy results from the coroner's office, we'll bring you more details as soon as we get them. megan moore, local 12 news. >> you can find the very latest details on our website local12.com. >> sad news today the firefighter and em for the southgate fire department has
she had been battling cancer since 2014 when she was originally diagnosed. she underwent chemotherapy but the cancer came back in 2015. monica had been with the department for 20 years. you can learn more about monica's life and service to her community on the local 12 website. detectives say a boone county man rape add six-year-old child. charges. he admitted that he sexually assaulted the child on two separate occasions at his home near florence. if he's convicted he could face 20 years to life in prison. >> moving forward is the next step for students, staff and parents at madison junior-senior high school. more than a week now since two students were shot there. how administrators plan to try to get things back to normal. >> reporter: from the beginning
superintendent have been pretty transparent about what happened, which has to be refreshing to parents here. today it seems like they will continue with the message. the goal is to make the students feel safe and parents feel comfortable while their students are here at madison junior-senior high school. that's tough after four students were hurt and one left in the juvenile detention center. now one week after the students return to school, everyone wants to move forward. part of that is to talk about what happened and focus on the future. specifically safety, security, and support. superintendent curtis philpot says that future may include detectors. it sounds like no decisions will be officially made without the input of students, staff, patients and emergency local personnel personnel. that's really what these meetings are all about finding a
comfortable with. perry schaible, local 12 news. >> the first meeting is for parents of junior students of the school, it starts at 6:00 at the auditorium. free agency today and 14 bengals are up for grabs. espn is reporting that receiver marvin jones plans to sign with the detroit lions. jones has spent the last six years with the bengals. the cincinnati bengals have signed a deal to secure safety iloca, regarded as one of the top safeties in the league. several teams were reportedly showing interest in him. >> there's a pretty lofty goal for the students in mason. they plan to collect more than 10,000 books to celebrate the book drive.
school today to read to the kids. the school is partnering to provide engaging books to kids in need and that drive runs for one more week. april. another warm day in store, but we might be dodging raindrops. meteorologist scott dimmich with a look at your no wait weather. >> showers will be isolated this afternoon. still have a lot of dry air in place. despite all of the clouds and some showers around. temperatures will max out around 70 degrees today and will gradually fall back down through the 60s this evening. widely scattered showers this evening. showers become more numerous nearing midnight and rain is likely tomorrow. right now on precision doppler 12 hd we have no rain being detected in the tri-state. low clouds and areas of drizzles
i suspect the best chance of rain today will be along and to the west of interstate 75. meanwhile areas east of interstate 75 may get through the entire afternoon with little to no rain. middle town is up to 74. connorsville it is 62. many well to the southeast of cincinnati are also in the 60s. rain is likely tomorrow, we have more waves of showers and even thunderstorms coming through the weekend. we'll take you through the hour-by-hour forecast for saturday and sunday coming up in ten minutes. >> john. >> in more trouble now a baltimore school officer caught on video slapping a student who
>> several buildings were destroyed in seattle this explosion. firefighters were there on the scene for a natural gas leak. a grocery store coffee shop and destroyed. the extent is not known right now. no word if anyone else was hurt. >> two school police officers in baltimore now face charges. this comes after cell phone video surfaced showing one officer slapping and kicking a teenager at a school.
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>> we want to remind you right now about a local breaking news alert in northern kentucky that we told you about at the top of the
newscast. boone county sheriff's deputies have pulled over a bank robbery suspect. you can see the officers there on the right side of the interstate there. dispatchers tell local 12 that someone held up a heritage bank around 11:25 this morning. deputies pulled over the suspect's vehicle a short time ago. we'll follow this breaking news and bring you any new
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they had that car pulleded over but since cleared the scene. >> 40 million people in three time zones took in last night's eclipse. in indonesia people cheered as they witnessed the morning return to night. it cast a shadow on the ground. in some places the total solar eclipse lasted four minutes. nasa scientists were on the ground and used the opportunity to study the atmosphere and planets. >> it can also impact our it can technology, satellites, and even our astronauts in space. >> this particular video was taken on board an alaskan airline flight to hawaii. the airline adjusted the flight so they could take in the sight.
the u.s. will get a chance to experience the total eclipse. during a total eclipse, the temperature can lower as much as five degrees. birds will go quiet and many animals will return to their nest or even hide. next year's eclipse will be the best observe eclipse in human history. >> mark the calendar. >> i sense some excitement in your voice. >> i love science, that's why do i what i do. >> we're having a wonderful day weather wise. i'm here to deliver. we'll be mostly cloudy this after unanimous. still have dry air in place. the coverage of showers will be fairly limited. early tomorrow. i wish we could have yesterday's sun and warmth back. for those of you who love snow, no good news for you. now we're getting a taste of
yesterday we had sun, today more clouds than sun. isolated showers. high temperatures near 70 degrees for most. the dew point will stay away from the temperature. as a result the coverage of showers will be limited and especially for areas east of interstate 75. areas along and west of interstate 75 have a chance of seeing showers especially this afternoon. clouds. showers increase in coverage, beginning late this afternoon and late tonight and tomorrow. make sure you have the weather authority app with you wherever you go. the temperature 69. notice the dew point is about 20 degrees below that. the wind is up, around 15 miles an hour in oxford. a breezy afternoon in the tri-state with isolated showers, especially west of interstate
while few will see showers today. everyone will see rain tomorrow. initially for areas west of cincinnati early tomorrow and then everyone gets into rain by the afternoon. not expecting any thunderstorms tomorrow, but opportunities for thunderstorms will come over the weekend. the pollen count is no longer high, it is moderate today. the mold count is low. lawrenceburg at 67. the international airport is up to 68 even with more clouds than sun today and some showers coming through, especially west of cincinnati, once again, we're above average. this is the area of low pressure developing that will bring widespread rain late tonight and tomorrow. i would plan for an inch of rain between now and saturday night. we'll have more showers and we'll add to the totals sunday and monday. >> notice here on precision doppler 12 hd, no rain being
these showers are moving to the northeast and they will favor southeast indiana through the afternoon. moving to the northeast at 35 to 40 miles an hour. forecast model. for every one a cloudy sky or a mostly cloudy sky through the afternoon. cluster of rain especially north and northwest of cincinnati right through the afternoon. the forecast model, later on this evening and especially numerous. this is rain that starts and stops late this evening and early in the overnight. here comes widespread rain. tune in to good morning cincinnati early tomorrow. we'll have a lot to track. outside chance for moderate to heavy rain tomorrow. we're not expecting severe weather tomorrow and at this point i don't see any thunderstorms coming out of this area of low pressure. 71 the forecast high today. this evening, we fall back town through the 60s. we're warm all the way through tuesday of next week.
today isolated showers, especially west of cincinnati, scattered rain and storms on saturday. rain and isolated storms on sunday. don't forget, daylight saving time goes into effect late saturday night. make sure you spring forward. you're basically losing an hour of rain over the weekend. i'm trying to spin this into a good light. >> glass half full. there you go, thank you, scott. be sure to join local 12
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keeper in north dakota. >> i'm working all of the time, i can sympathize with working moms now. >> amanda is now mothering the orphan kangaroo around the clock. amanda wears a handmade flannel pouch. a lot of our development. for the next six months, they will be attached at the hip. the kangaroo should be able to leave the pouch at 10 months old and join the others by 18 months. that's a big commitment. >> one last look at weather. >> the showers i'll be tracking on first at 4:00, you can track them along with me over on
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